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ffim^PcßPflyLVAmftfleqag REICH GROWERS LOSE OH BIG BP Cost Too Much For Labor Com pared With Low Price of Fruit This Season Special to The Telegraph Dallastown, Pa., Sept. 11.—Prolific as the peach crop has been there are few growers in this section who claim to have profited thereby, on account of the low prices at which they were compelled to sell. Few of them took the advice of Professor H. A. Surface TERRIBLE ITCHING • Cured by Saxo Salve Hopkinsville, Ky.— "For 20 years I suffered with eczema of the scalp. I tried every eczema remedy on the market without benefit But after using one tube of Saxo Salve I am free from that terrible itching for the first time in 20 years. I wish every eczema sufferer could know about Saxo Salve." —T. F. THOMPSON, Hopkinsville, Ky. If we can't cure your skin trouble with our Saxo Salve and Saxo Soap we will buy back the empty tube. Geo. A. Gorga*. Druggist. Harris burg, Pa.—Advertlseiiient Try Telegraph Want Ads. €=? GORGAS l-gg. ["PATENT MEDICINES »t CUT PRICES ] GORGAS' What ( OPAAC ) "On, Quinine nnd Knock* a w>H over night. Small Strychnine GORGAS Warm days and pool nlghta 25c the Box iredam malaria. - _ Gorgas' Iron Quinine and IYIHK6S Strychnine will fortify your sys tem against malaria—and will _ *» 1 build up your health and /\TI A C* UOrgaS V OCSIS strength. Especially rerom- E_BS §\ f f* mended as a tonic for the weak For Coughs, Colds and Hoarse and convalescent. ness. Clears the voice. Fine for Iron for the blood. Speakers and Slhgers, Quinine for the system. s «r Strychnine for the nerves. I _ll r* *• Q*lfA Ay- Zsc 50c and SI.OO the bottle UUdTdlllCCl Gorgas makes a number of prep uratlons which have been on the _ j- market for many years, and which Gorffas Tfllriim r have proved so valuable that they 5 ««-UUI GORGAS' s.*sr. y nsi;'."sss;? u sf _i*'sn' , „; l " ~u " 1 rPEMP 111 A c " v ' n " ,n <>,h " »r "«• CREME LILAS The formulae of these prepar- L «n^ v ~P r ations have been selected with a ' (J : ™?J? ulverized. It la Strictly a quality production— view of securing the quickest and »« , ».. a 2 Prepared & fragrant nongreasy toilet best results possible. To make "se. Invaluable for the nurs creami— that keeps the skin their success positive the ingred- y tol 'et smooth and velvety in all kinds ients are selected and compounded IP . t nw of weather. Penetrates the pores with the greatest care. ISC. Or tWO HM" 25c and forces out the Impurities As Gorgas knows lust what theso V that cause blackheads, pimples preparations contain and is famil and other eruptions. Removes iar with their efficiency ,he posi- / redness ami other disfigure- tively guarantees every one and J" 61148 - will refund the price as cheerfully OC. as he accepted it if the article does £«JC not prove satisfactory. v Headache Salts rnRPAv ' GORGAS' SODAS A teaspoonful in gives I uUKuAO _f T_._ immediate relief. UVER SALT and SUNDAES 25c Are as good as experience and _ . _ . skill can produce with the beßt f Granular Effervescent of m aterlals and latest approved . t-MCf i/cateni sanitary apparatus. Pure fruit ' > p,.... T and other natural flavors are f\ » *T *« 'c ears the Bowels ÜBed and the milk ' ® Bgs and GorgaS Uz-It n®"? Jilt 4„ m fu cream are the choicest produced Clears th» r.X on the "nest dairy and poultry For Corn and Bunions. Rc- Makes work eaJv nnrt farms in this vicinity. Gorgas- "eves soreness and pain at once, r Ifo fountain has a reputation that Quickly removes the callous. R 1 r- is zealously mantained. We Easily applied.- Safe, sure, take as great care in serving our quick. .iSf sodas and sundaes as *ve do In Ot? the making. CoC -J V _J , Goods Delivered Free Anywhere in the City Tfci FRIDAY EVENING, B&RJRISBURG 3pg(£t& TELEGRAPH SEPTEMBER 11, 1914 •to cull the crop heforo it began to mature, on the plea of lapk of time and inability to perform the task due to lack of knowledge of fruit culture. George Ferree, who has over 1,000 trees, stated to the Telegraph repre sentative that to hav hired men to thin out the fruit at 15 cents an hour would have entailed a loss of 30 cents unless the men knew their busi ness, and few do. To have secured cultured employes would have been too expensive. He was between two fires, he said, and he let nature take its course. "We'll know better the next time," he added. Hla experi ence is about the same as all others hereabouts. ■ Peaches sold as low as 10 cents a basket and the best grown could be had for 30 cents. NEW GENERAti MANAGER Special to The Telegraph New Bloomfield, Pa.. Sept. 11. D. J. Kelt, who was appointed assist ant general manager, freight and pas senger agent and assistant treasurer lof the Susquehanna River and West ern Railroad Company, tendered his resignation, and O. S. Miller, of New port, Pa., auditor of the Newport and Shermans Valley Railroad, has been appointed in his place. PIPE LINE WORK COMPLETED Special to The Telegraph Plain, Pa.. Sept. 11.—About forty hands at work at Pair's dam have completed the Job of laying new pipes on the oil pipe line which extends through Sherman's creek at that point. VETERANS' REUNION Special to The Telegraph Duticannon, Pa.. Sept. 11.—On Sat urday, October 3, the thirtieth annual I reunion of the Perry County Veterans' Association will be held at Newport. BLACKHEADS GO QUICK BY THIS SIMPLE METHOD Blackheads—big ones or lltle ones —soft ones or hard onSs—on any part of the body, go quick by a simple method that jUst dissolves them. To do this get about two ounces of pow dered neroxin from your druggist sprinkle a little on a hot, wet sponge —rub over the black heads briskly for a few seconds—and wash off. You'll wonder where the blackheads have gone. The powdered neroxin and the hot water have jugt dissolved them. Pinching and squeezing blackheads only open the pores of the skin and leave them open and unsightly and unless the blackheads are big and soft they will not come out, while the simple application or neroxin and water dissolves them right out, leav ing the skin soft and the pores in their natural condition. You can get powdered neroxin at any drug store and if you are troubled with these unsightly blemishes you should cer tainly try this simple method. Advertisement. Business Locals MORNING, NOON, NIGHT, Whether It's breakfast, luncheon or dinner, you will always find Menger's Restaurant an ideal place in which to» dine. Refined, quiet surroundings, with the best the market, affords, pre pared under the personal supervision of Mrs. Monger, is an assurance that every bite is a relish. The place that serves the best 8 5-cent dinner In the city. 110 North Second street. FALI, PAINTING September will soon be here and the Ideal weather for exterior paint ing. And then you will want to get the inside of the house touched up so as to be presentable for the social season of the long winter months. Use R. & B. Wayne paints, the best for all purposes. In small cans ready to use or In paste form for those who need 1 large quantities. William W. Zeldera' & Son, 143S Derry street. I POULTRYMEN HOLD FIRST FIH SESSION West Fair view Fancier Gives Lec ture on Caponizing; Plan For Big Show The Central Pennsylvania Poultry Association held the first of its month ly Fall and winter meetings last even ing and there was a large attendance, points from as far distant as Eliza bethtown being represented. Walter F. X. Fisher, of West Fairview, gave a successful demonstration of capon izing. The association is giving this instruction in caponizing because it opens up a way for the more profit able handling of' male birds. The capon grows to twice the weight of a rooster and by reason of improve ment in the quality of his flesh, the price per pound goes up also. Capon, a popular delicacy in most cities, is almost unknown in the markets of Harrisburg. The outlook for the second annual show to be held December 8-12 is ex cellent. The reports for a large num ber of exhibits were so far above ex pectations that it was decided to em ploy more Judges. This year the show will be held in the Chestnut street hall and the indications are that the six acres of floor space will be completely occupied by the exhibits of poultry and supplies allied to poultry-keeping. Little Girl Drowned in Rain Barrel at Home Special to The Telegraph Columbia, Pa., Sept. 11.—Elizabeth, the 3-year-old daughter of Henry Harry, of Mountville, was drowned in a half-barrel which was filled with water and stood in the yard at her home. The child fell head first into the water and was drowned, her body being found later by her mother. Mr ST CHANGE WATER SUPPT/V Special to The Telegraph Sunbury, Pa., Sept. 11.—State Board of Health has directed Northumber land borough to make a change in its water supply, its experts having re ported that they have found con tamination in the present supply. A resolution calling a public meeting between citizens and representatives of the State Health Department were adopted at the last meeting of council and this will be held on Friday, Sep tember 18. How They Sell Helios in New York The New York Telephone Company is a large and aggres sive newspaper advertiser. It advertises its service; it preaches courtesy; It shows new ways of using the telephone. Now It has taken another step and linked the store windows of the retailers to its newspaper ad vertising. Attractive window forms have been gotten out which Impress the advantage of ordering by telephone. The stores are showing the displays, the newspaper advertis ing is going on, and the business of the telephone is increasing. The co-operation in this com paign is a striking example of the way the retailer is impressed by advertising In his home news paper and how he wants to assist In selling the goods. I WEST SHORE NEWS] TRIP TO GREAT LAKES Enola, Pa.. Sept. 11.—Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shack and Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward N. Bachman, of Altoona avenue, left on Wednesday for Buffalo, El mira, Duluth, Milwaukee. Chicago and a trip on the Great Lakes. FIREMEN TO NOMINATE Enola, Pa., Sept. 11.—A meeting of the members of the Enola Fire Com pany, No. 1, of Enola, will bo held in the hosehouse in Altoona avenue Monday evening, September 21, when officers will be nominated for the ensuing year. ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF TWINS Enola, Pa., Sept. 11.—Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Bowman, of Altoona ave nue, Enola, announce the birth of twins, a son and daughter, on Mon day, September 7. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey E. Nicholas, of Altoona avenue, Enola, announce the birth of a son, Sunday, September 6. Mr. and Mrs. William F. Cooper, of Columbia road, Enola, announce the birth of a son on Tuesday, Septem ber 8. BUILT FLYING MACHINE Enola, Pa., Sept. 11. John M. Stinefelt, of Beale avenue. South Enola, who has been working on a flying machine at his home for some time, has about completed the work and will make his trial tests from the Held near Mann's woods as soon as completed. TO PLAY FOR CHAMPIONSHIP ' • Enola, Pa., Sept. 11.—Enola P. R. R. Y. M. C. A. baseball club will play the strong Monarch baseball team on the H. A. C. grounds on Saturday aft ernoon for the championship of Dau phin and Cumberland counties. RETURNED FROM VACATION Enola, Pa., Sept. 11. George W. Fisher, of Enola, yardmaster in the local yards, has returned to work after spending his vacation in Phila delphia and Atlantic City. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Erb, of Sum merdale, have returned home from spending several days in Buffalo and Detroit. HARVEST HOME PROGRAM New Cumberland, Pa., Sept. 11. — Harvest home will be observed at St. Paul's Lutheran Church Sunday evening at 7.30 o'clock. An excellent program will be rendered, consisting of special music, readings and ad dresses. The decorations will be ap propriate to the occasion. FAREWELL PARTY New Cumberland. Pa., Sept. 11.—A farewell party was held at the home of Mrs. W. Z. Parthemore on Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Margaret Speakman. one of the members of her. Sunday school class, who has been camping with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Speakman, along the Yel low Breeches creek, and who will leave this week for their home in Washington, D. C. After games and contests the party was served with corn soup. _ CLASS OFFICERS RE-ELECTED New Cumberland, Pa., Sept. 11.— Last evening the first meeting of the senior class of New Cumberland high school was held. Last year's officers were re-elected, as follows: Chester Good, president; Sophia Whitmyer, vice-president; Ijeroy Swelgcrt, treas urer. and Miriam Lenharl, secretary. Girl Linotype Operator Keeps Marriage Secret Special to The Telegraph Waynesboro, Pa., Sept. 11.—Return was made Monday last to the clerk of the courts at Hagerstown to a mar riage license issued a month ago in favor of Roy A. Snowberger, of Wayne Heights, near Waynesboro, and Miss May R. Currens, linotype operator in the office of the Evening Herald, Waynesboro. The young couple were married on Thursday, August (>, by the Rev. J. B. Byer, a minister of the Ger man Baptist Brethren Church, at Ringgold. The bride has been the linotype op erator for the Herald for the past three years and sets nearly all the type that goes to make up the paper, and is still the operator in the newspaper office. She kept the secret well. Recent Deaths in Central Pennsylvania Special to The Telegraph Columbia. Christian H. Mayer died at his home. In Lancaster. He was aged 75 years. Mr. Mayer was formerly a builder, and erected the First and Lan caster Avenue Methodist churches. He served in the Civil War and subse quently became a letter carrier. Elizabethtown. Abraham Snyder, 75 years old. died yesterday from heart trouble and asthma. Ho was a retired farmer and gardener. Five children and ten grandchildren survive. alC4V4rnvpN.. N.. N.. N.. N Qilarryville. Mrs. Ellanora Cole man, 72 years oIA died yesterday from the effects of a stroke. She is survived by her husband and a number of broth ers and sisters. Sunbury. I. N. Hendricks, 56 vears old, of Sunbury. died at the Mary M. Packer Hospital, following a lingering Illness. He was widely known and highly respected. Head of W. C. T. U. Resigns After 24 Years' Service Special to The Telegraph Mechanlcsburg. Pa., Sept. 11. After serving twenty-four successive years as president of the local Woman's Christian Temperance Un ion. Mrs. A. H. Ege resigned the office yesterday at the regular meet ing. Tn appreciation of her faithful and efficient service, the members pre sented her with a bunch of twenty four Kaiserine rosebuds. These offi cers were elected for the ensuing year: President, Mrs. John Bowman; vice presidents, Mrs. C. E. Umberger, Mrs. L. G. Flrestine and Mrs. Emma J. Rhinehart; secretary. Miss Julia Hef fleflnger; corresponding secretary, Miss Olive C. Taylor; treasurer, Mrs. Ella Cline. MARRIED AT MONT ALTO Special to The Telegraph Dillsburg, Pa., Sept. 11.—Announce ments have been received by Dills burg friends of the marriage of Percy W. Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Baker, to Miss Golda Freeman, of Mont Alto. Mr. Baker is a graduate of the Dillsburg High School, class of 1911, and also a graduate of tho Harrlsburg School of Commerce. He Is now operator at the Mason Dixon station of the Cumberland Valley Railroad. They will reside in Mason Dixon. INSANE FROM HORSE'S KICK Special to The Telegraph Surfbury. Pa., Sept. 11.—Becoming violently insane from the effects of a kick from a horse, Hurley Baylor. 19 years old. of near Milton, was to-day removed to the Danville State Hospital for the Insane. A month ago he was kicked In the face while at work in a field and lost an eye. Last week symp- I toms of Insanity appeared. i NEURALGIC PAINS Among the causes of neuralgia the most Important is the general physi cal condition of the patient. Neuralgia Is most common in persons reduced in strength by over-work or some form of over-exertion, physical or mental, or by loss of sleep. Anaemia, or lack of good, red blood is a common cause of neuralgia. The reason for this is plain. The nerves get their nourish ment through the blood. When the blood is thin and weak the nerves are badly nourished, they become Inflam ed and neuralgic pains are produced. These pains have been described as "the cry of a starved nerve." Hot applications to sootho these in flamed nerves and Dr. Williams' Pink Pills to build up the blood and carry the needed elements to the nerves is the correct treatment and one that has brought good results in so many cases that it is no longer an experiment. Headache, backache, sleeplessness, nervous debility, nervous breakdown. St. Vitus' dance and the functional forms of partial paralysis show good results under the tonic treatment with Dr. Williams Pink Pills. Send to-day for the booklet on Nervous Disorders to the Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. Y. It is free. Your own druggist sells Dr. Wil liams Pink Pills.—Advertisement. Memorial Service of River Brethren at Isaac Long Farm Special to The Telegraph Columbia, Pa., Sept. 11. —To-mor- row the United Brethren in Christ will hold memorial services on the Isaac Long fa,rm, now owned by Jacob R. Landis, a descendant of Isaac Long, located near Landis Valley, Lancaster county, the birthplace of the United Brethren Church. It was on this farm on Whitsuntide in 1767 that Martin Boehm and William Otterbeln, foun ders of the church, at a great religious gathering, embraced each other and said: "We are brethren," Out of this incident grew the fcame of the church, United Brethren in Christ. The services will be held under the auspices of the congregation of the Long Memorial United Brethren Church at Neffsvllle and the Rev. I. H. Albright, Ph. D.. of Middletown, will deliver an address on "The Birth and Growth of the United Brethren Church." Photographs of Boehm and Otterbeln will be unveiled by Miss Esther Graver, of Neffsville. NORI CASE CONTINUED Special to The Telegraph Carlisle. Pa., Sept. 11.—A break in the list of cases for the sessions of criminal court, which opens next Mon day, occurred yesterday, when, on the reqeust of Judge Cato Sells, United States Commissioner of Indian Af fairs, the trial of S. J. Nori, former chief clerk at the Indian school, charged with embezzlement on oath of Moses Friedman, who recently re signed as superintendent, was con tinued until November. BRETHREN'S NEW BISHOP Special to The Telegraph Columbia, Pa„ Sept. 11. —The Breth ren in Christ, commonly called the River Brethren, have chosen the Retf. Levi O. Musser, of near Florin, to suc ceed the late Rev. Aaron Martin as bishop of tho Donegal district. His associate 1n the Rapho district is the Rev. Henry Hoffer. BOY STRUCK BY AUTO Special to The Telegraph Columbia, Pa., Sept. 11.—William, a 10-year-old son of William Her bert, coal dealer, was struck by an automobile at a street crossing and badly injured. The machine Was run ning slowly and the occupants blew the horn, which confused the boy, who ran directly .in front of the auto. Uneeda Biscuit Tempt the appetite,' please the taste and nourish the body. Crisp, clean and fresh. 5 cents. Baronet Biscuit Round, thin, tender— with a delightful flavor —appropriate for lunch eon, tea and dinner. io cents. GRAHAM CRACKERS Made of the finest ingredients. Baked to perfection. The national Btrength food, xo cents. 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